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... battling the British and decimating their fleet. In the Visitor Center, we had toured a replica about 1/4th the size of the British ship Charon which drifted to the Gloucester side where it burned to the water line and sank. Her cannons were actually retrieved from the York River in the 1930’s.
Along the driving tour we stopped at the home of Augustine Moore where officers from both sides met to negotiate terms of surrender. ...
... had questioned and continued to respond to the inquiries with such aplomb and knowledge. The performance lasted 45 minutes and all this time, he stood there on an open stage, in period dress, and I know if we were sweating, he certainly was. By the end, it was past noon and we continued on to one of the “taverns” for some refreshment. Afterwards, we toured the Capitol with a guide who gave us all a good overview of the early government. Since ...
... on the sidelines behind the barrier while they checked it all out. All of this for a visit that lasted less than 30 minutes.
We are getting used to the lingo - so we hope y'all are well. Aussies are not very common in this part of the world and our slang and the form of English we use, causes problems - car park not a lot, tea towel not dish cloth. The list goes on. We may both speak English but this does not mean we are easily understood.
... by the name of William Kelso, it has now been proven that the original fort still remains, and new discoveries are being found here on practically a daily basis. Thousands of artifacts are stored on-site in a building called the "Archaearium." We saw everything from clothing remnants and buttons to full body skeletons, and everything in between. Dr. Kelso is still in charge of the digs, and much still remains ...
... Sandy Bay there were a thousand & one seagulls perched on a hump of sand, only visible near low tide. I scared them all!! lol. That night we had a delicious dinner (the one I'm most proud of on our whole trip!) of a giant ham in a pineapple-cola glaze with green beans! YUMMM!! The leftovers from that ham fed us for days upon days! & we didn't get tired of the ham like we got tired of some of the other leftovers. What an awesome day! ...